How lucky are we to work here?! The galleries and framing studios are in the midst of open farmland in North Norfolk. Just look at the view from our windows! Buzzards, harriers and owls are often to be seen surveying these fields and hedgerows for food.
Explore Great Walsingham Barns
Great Walsingham Barns is also home to our neighbour Sarah Caswell, floral painter, an award-winning café serving delicious food and drinks, Murray Carpets oriental rugs and Circus, paintings and jewellery. There is plenty of free parking and we are dog friendly. You can make use of our picnic tables when the weather permits and enjoy our colourful planters and courtyard garden.
There is plenty of free parking and we are dog friendly…Heather, WG& F
Explore Walsingham and the North Norfolk coast
Our beautiful village has several places of interest. Along the road from the Barns is the Russian Orthodox Church of the Transfiguration (Former Victorian Methodist Chapel), a short distance from here is the unbridged ford where the river Stiffkey meanders through – a fabulous place to perch, particularly on a hot day. The gardens of 16thcentury Berry Hall (private residence) back on to the river and at the top of the hill is St Peters Church with its many original features including 15th century carved pew ends.
The adjoining village of Little Walsingham is well known for its historic buildings and long history of religious pilgrimage.
We are ideally situated for you to visit whilst exploring the North Norfolk coast. A mere 4 miles from Wells-next-the-Sea and Holkham
Emergency closing due to the coronavirus pandemic. CLOSED until further notice from 24th March 2020
Usual opening times are:
Open all year round Tuesday–Sunday 10am –4.30pm.
Also open on bank holidays Mondays
(Closed 25, 26 December and 1, 2 January)
How to find us
Walsingham Gallery & Framing,
Great Walsingham Barns, Hindringham Road, Great Walsingham, Norfolk, NR22 6DR
Telephone: 01328 820900
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